Offering a sustainable alternative to real Tasmanian Oak sourced from remote lumber yards in South East Australia, our Bleached Tasmanian Oak and Tasmanian Oak showcases the straight growth rings and subtle colour variation to create the most natural replication possible.
The Bleached Tasmanian Oak offers a modern whitewashed finish to create a striking variation on the original. Our designers applied a whitewash across the whole product that also allows the original features to come through. A striking colour carrier.
Pictured above: Bleached Tasmanian Oak
Found from the mountains of the Great Dividing Range to the Sunshine Coast of Queensland, the two spotted gums – Mountain Spotted Gum and Lemon Spotted Gum – reflect the natural characteristics of this rich Australian wood with its subtle spotted appearance and large amounts of sapwood that makes this product so distinctive.
A sub species of spotted gum, Lemon Spotted Gum mirrors the finished timber with cool crisp lines and a blended finish.
Pictured above: Lemon Spotted Gum
Sourced from the very north of New South Wales where thick forests merge with the beautiful coastlines, the oozing sap lines add to the distinctive linear grain and bleeds into the timber for a rich colour tone ranging from pale brown to red ochre.
The Embered Blackbutt carries the pink tones of the freshly cut tree, whereas the North Coast Blackbutt has a softer blend of colours.
Pictured above: North Coast Blackbutt